Thursday, September 1st
6pm – 9pm
$125 General Admission Ticket
$125 Sponsor an Artist Ticket (Covers admission for a company performer, collaborator, Fellow, or community artist.)
$60 per ticket is tax deductible.
The Green Room
San Francisco War Memorial & Performing Arts Center
401 Van Ness Avenue, 2nd Floor
San Francisco, CA 94102
Party Pack: If you purchase 6 or more tickets by Thursday, Aug. 18, you’ll receive a special Party Pack at the event to share with your guests! (see more below)
Join us in person on September 1 for a joyous celebration of RAWdance, featuring live performances by the company, flowing drinks, delectable hors d’oeuvres, and a special appearance by Fauxnique at our biggest party of the year. Then we will kick off a night of dancing with a DJ’ed dance party! The event will take place both inside San Francisco’s stunning Green Room and outdoors on the long balcony overlooking City Hall. This new September 1 date reflects our postponement from the original May 12 event.
Proceeds from the evening directly support company programs, artists, and performances. Let’s raise a glass together to toast to RAWdance’s future. Dancing, drinking, and performances await!
Want to party it up with your friends? Bring them along! When you purchase 6 or more tickets to RAWdance’s Benefit Party, you’ll receive a special Party Pack at the event to share with your guests. To reserve your Party Pack (including gourmet chocolates from Recchiuti Confections, drinks, and brand new RAWdance merch!), tickets must be purchased by Thursday, August 18.
Unable to attend but want to show your support? Make a donation!
Three wonderful RAWdance supporters have generously come together, pledging to match up to $18,000 in donations to honor RAWdance’s 18 years of art-making and community building.
YOUR SUPPORT IS VITAL TO SUSTAINING OUR ORGANIZATION AND ARTISTS, NOW AND INTO THE FUTURE!
Many thanks to DeLorenzo Desserts and The Zollo and Gallo families for generously providing sweet treats and wine for the party!
Header photo by Kyle Adler, additional photos by Jim Watkins and Hillary Goidell